Spider-Man: The Movie (1980s)

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Spider-Man: The Movie is a proposed adaptation of the Marvel comic book character Spider-Man which was scheduled to be released around Christmas of 1986. The film's stars would include Scott Leva as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and the late Bob Hoskins as Doc Ock and would be directed by Joseph Zito.

Plot

The plot is currently unknown.

Why It Was Cancelled

  1. In the 1980s, almost all of the films distributed by Cannon Pictures were box office failures, the most notable ones being Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Masters of the Universe.
  2. Elements of the movie were reworked into the 1989 movie Cyborg, which was also made by Cannon Pictures.
  3. Cannon Pictures went out of business in 1994.

Results

  • This version was permanently cancelled.
  • Scenes that were going to be in this version went into the making of Cyborg.
  • In 2002, Columbia Pictures released Spider-Man into theaters.

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